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Adults in Remote Interview sessions

Richard VanGilder (Event Partner)
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"Engineering Design Process" vs "Robot Design Process"

Dale Nacianceno (Event Partner)
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Teamwork, Communication, and Professionalism

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Balloted Awards

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Do all Judges need to be Certified?

Afnan Ali (Event Partner)
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Single Student Team Follow-Up

Charles Jeffries (Event Partner)
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Zero-Score Autonomous Skills and it's impact on excellence eligibility

Spencer Vaughan (Event Partner)
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What Constitutes a Potential G2 Violation

Evan Rogerson
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Student Centered Policy in Regards to Understanding Programming

Evan Rogerson
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Materials Allowed During an Interview

Dale Nacianceno (Event Partner)
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